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Story Jumper for AP Comparative Government Vocab 
Create a children's book on Story Jumper. Students will use at least three introductory terms. The story must be allegorical.
Rubric Code: Z23WA28
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Subject: Political Science  
Type: Project  
Grade Levels: 9-12

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  Poor

3 pts

Fair

6 pts

Good

9 pts

Excellent

12 pts

Creativity

Poor

The is little variety between backgrounds, characters and props.
Fair

There is some variety between backgrounds, characters, and props.
Good

There is much variety between backgrounds, characters, and props.
Excellent

There is a great deal of variety between backgrounds, characters, and props.
Vocabulary

Poor

One term was used correctly.
Fair

Two terms were used correctly.
Good

Three terms were used correctly
Excellent

All terms were used correctly.
Story

Poor

Story is unoriginal and does not include all of the necessary elements of plot. Work is rushed and lacks creativity.
Fair

Story shows effort but lacks creativity and does not include all of the required elements of plot. Work seems rushed or does not "fit" the story.
Good

Story is mostly creative and original, and it includes all of the required elements of plot. A decent amount of thought was put into this story.
Excellent

Story is very creative and original. All required elements of plot are included. It is obvious that a great deal of thought was put into this story.
Allegory

Poor

Story contains no allegorical components, it is a direct story about the terms.
Fair

Story shows some effort a allegory but lacks major elements. Is a disjointed or fractured attempt.
Good

Story is largely allegorical, and displays an understanding of the concept.
Excellent

Story is allegorical with only hints of actualy places and people.





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